Charlotte, NC (January 5, 2016)—Neutrik USA has announced its Xirium Pro wireless digital audio system. Designed to provide full-bandwidth, FCC license-free audio delivery between devices, the system is intended as a cable replacement.
The system is built around Neutrik’s DiWA (Digital Wireless Audio) technology, which reportedly provides compression-free, FCC license-free, wireless transmission of audio within the 5 GHz band. The 20 Hz – 20 kHz audio reportedly offers latency equal to 3 milliseconds, regardless of how many Xirium Pro devices are used.
Xirium Pro is a modular system that offers input and output modules for analog, AES, and Dante. The system facilitates the transmission of all three audio formats with transmission distance of greater than half a mile (>1 Km line-of-sight). It works with mixed signal types, including analog TX (transmission) to AES RX (receive), Dante TX to analog RX, and so forth. The system can provide RF output up to two watts when used with a high-gain antenna.
Configurations support up to 10 discrete channels of audio via five transmission units. On the receiving side, Xirium Pro supports an unlimited number of receivers. As long as a receiver can ‘see’ the transmitter’s signal, audio engineers can use as many receivers as necessary for projecst. Further, a repeater module is available that converts any receiver module into a repeater unit.
Neutrik’s new Xirium Pro Wireless Digital Audio System accepts Neutrik powerCON True1 connectors and can be used indoors or outdoors. For added convenience, Xirium Pro supports control and system adjustments system via tablet or computer.